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Top 10 Things I Learned in Corporate PR

Wow, this year has flown by! It’s hard to imagine that we are at the very end of the semester already. My Corporate PR was a lot of fun this year. I was able to experience, learn, and participate in … Continue reading

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Who’s Supposed To Take Responsibility…in the Corporate World?

My professor asked our class to write end of the year reviews of what we’ve learned from the chapters to help everyone prepare for the final exam. I chose corporate responsibility because this was one topic that really fascinated me … Continue reading

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“The Social Media Revolution”

Social Media is everywhere in todays world. You can’t walk down a street or pass someone in the grocery store without the ever present world of social media. I have a difficult time even at my young age remembering when … Continue reading

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Why Read PR Blogs? by Whitney Gonzalez

I traded posts with Whitney Gonzalez. I have had the pleasure of getting to know Whitney over the past few years and she is going to take the PR world by storm when she graduates in May. This week we … Continue reading

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Challenges and Opportunities

Chapter 15: Edward Bernay’s said that public relations is “the vocation of the social scientist who advises clients on social attitudes and on the actions to take to win support of the public upon whom the viability of the client … Continue reading

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Dashboard Confessions

Before being told to look at it, I’ve never thought about reviewing my stats on my wordpress blog. Sadly, I do not receive that many hits on my regular posts. Several of my posts received more views on certain days … Continue reading

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Let’s do some consulting shall we?!

Chapter 14: “The book says Public relations consultants work in firms that offer communication advice and services to clients – for a fee. Consultants must balance the interests of clients, employees and the firm‟s owners.” The “triple squeeze” involves the … Continue reading

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